Labyrinth by Keri Oldham & The Devil Within and Without: curated work by Oldham and Colette Robbins 
Inspired by the 1980s cult classic, Keri Oldham creates a modern allegorical watercolor and mixed media series in which she investigates issues of identity, psychosis and story archetypes. The group exhibition curated by Oldham and Robbins explores the inner and outer demons that shape artistic practice. Artists in that exhibit include Lanie DeLay, Bruce Lee Webb, Erin Stafford and more. 

 

 

This week we visit Kirk Hopper Fine Art and talk about Keri Oldham’s exhibition, Labyrinth.

Labyrinth is primarily composed of fantastical watercolors of strong women and beasts. Sometimes they have their heads cut off. Also at KHFA is the show“The Devil Within and Without”, which was curated by Keri Oldham and Colette Robbins.

 

 

Which is what’s brought her back to Dallas for an opening night at the Kirk Hopper Fine Art Gallery. Her new show features her brightly-colored watercolors of maze-like grids and fantastical beasties, often beaten by warrior-princesses — hence, the exhibition’s title, ‘Labyrinth.’ But in what seems her typical, superhuman, workaholic fashion, Oldham co-curated asecond show at the gallery with Colette Robbins called ‘The Devil Within and Without,’ which includes both New York and Texas artists (including Shane McAdamsand Bruce Lee Webb),  on the things that bedevil them.

 

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